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Great white sharks use their mouths for everything from the obvious such as hunting

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Great white sharks

Great white sharks use their mouths for everything from the obvious such as hunting to the not as obvious battles for dominion amongst other white sharks, holding each other in place for mating, even for some unexpected behaviors like keeping said mouth open for using currents for ram ventilation so that they can “sleep”.

On a side tangent, there’s even been some recent evidence in the past year suggested by the MalibuArtist, “I am a professional photographer and FAA certified drone pilot based in Southern California. My work has been featured on National Geographic & Discovery Channel as well as a host of other media.” – His YouTube biography

Furthermore, in a relatively recent video, he noted how he saw a pattern in some juvenile white sharks off the coast of Southern California swimming in a seemingly lifeless and repeated circle; and when a paddleboarder came into close contact with the juvenile white shark, it seemed startled, confused, and swam off.

He suggested that this could be evidence of white sharks napping, however, more research should be conducted to come to a solid conclusion. Visit us at.

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